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Who were the most infamous federalists?
What is the most visible disagreement between federalists and anti-federalists?
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Which characteristics of the constitution most angered anti-federalists?
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What characteristic of the constitution most angered anti-federalists?
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How do you use infamous in a sentence?
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What characteristic of the constitution most angered the anti-federalists?
The Anti-Federalists were most angered by the fact that the Constitution had no bill of rights to protect the people. In order to get the Constitution ratified, the Federalists promised that adding a bill of rights would be the first thing the new Congress would do after the Constitution was put in place.
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What did the Federalists believe the most apparent source of tyranny was?
Government is not what the federalists feared to be the most apparent source of tyranny. The federalists supported the idea of government. They actually believed that the most apparent source of tyranny was the Majority Rule - that is to say they thought that the popular majority would be able to unite and "trample on the rules of justice". It was the anti-federalists who believed that government was naturally tyrannical.
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The most infamous concentration camp was located in?
Why did the federalists and the anti-federalists disagree?
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What was the problem in getting the constitution ratified?